Hostal Orly

Calle Montera , 47, 7 Izquierda, Madrid, Spain
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First time in Madrid-few questions :)

by vulpes

Hola to all!:D

Starting with the basics,i would like to ask if the Metro has been already connected with Barajas T4 or not yet.If yes,is it worth it to change 3 lines till my final destination or just take a taxi for one time and go direct?

I noticed that Madrid has not that much worldwide famous sightseeings such as Paris or London,to go and spend some time.Do u have any good recommendations for that,except the 2-3 museums,2 plazzas and the Retiro park?

And last 2:give me any good one sushi bar and a good restaurant for a night out with a lady!;)

Thank you all in advance!! See u next week in Madrid!;)

Re: First time in Madrid-few questions :)

by andy613

Absolutely take the metro!
For €2 you cant go wrong, and only 30 mins to Sol (perhaps longer to T4).

Try either of the two covents: Monasterio de la Encarnacion or Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales (preferably the latter).
Or the Palacio Real.

Cant help with restaurants. Sorry.

Re: First time in Madrid-few questions :)

by vulpes

Trying to reach the Puerta De Toledo and from a short look that i had on the site of Madrid's metro,i have to change 3 lines and spen d1 hour and 23 minytes travelling...hmm..

thanx for the advice and reply anyway :) so kind of you!

Re: First time in Madrid-few questions :)

by Roadquill

The Palace is worth a visit and just a 15 minute walk from the Palace is the Diebold Temple. See if you can take in a Zarzuela, which is a Madrid light opera. For a part day trip, take the bus to Escorial.

For a nice dinner out, I would go to El Botin, just SW of Plaza Major. I was expecting it to be touristy, but was pleasantly surprised by the service, food, wine, decor, all very excellent. Never did sushi in Madrid. Karl

Re: First time in Madrid-few questions :)

by marielexoteria

Vulpes: this is what I got when I searched how to get from T4 to Puerta de Toledo at www.ctm-madrid.es:

Metro L8 towards Nuevos Ministerios: 23 minutes
THEN
Metro L10 towards Puerta del Sur and get off at the Alonso Martínez station: 11 minutes
THEN
Metro L5 towards Casa de Campo and get off at the Puerta de Toledo station: 14 minutes

Total travel time: 48 minutes, plus the time it takes to walk from the airport to the metro station and from Puerta de Toledo to your final destination.

Re: First time in Madrid-few questions :)

by vulpes

a great thank you to all of you!!:) still have 4 days before my take-off;so if anyone will come up with sth new,i ll be glad to hear it!;)

thanx again!!

Re: First time in Madrid-few questions :)

by vulpes

a great thank you to all of you!!:) still have 4 days before my take-off;so if anyone will come up with sth new,i ll be glad to hear it!;)

thanx again!!

Travel Tips for Madrid

El Parque del Retiro. The most...

by catarata

El Parque del Retiro. The most popular and 'castizo' (what we call madrileños)park in the city, placed in the center of the city, with 119 sq. ha. and 15.000 trees. Its construction started in 1630 and at the beginning it was the gardens of the ancient Royal Palace.

In 1868, Isabel II gives it away to the village of Madrid, becoming the joyful place in the Ville. Later, the Palace of Velázquez and the Cristal Palace were built inside the gardens, as permant space for exhibitions.
Nowadays, it´s one of the most visited places on sunday mornings for families, couples, youngsters, and it´s very common to rent a boat for rowing quietly in its waters. But.... please don´t fall into the water. It could be terrible!!!

Beer in vending machines

by la_beba

Beer is available in vending machines, right along with Cokes!!!!!! I am still unsure of why I take this to be a sign of sophistication. By the way!!!!!!!!! if you visit Spain, you must must must have a "Mahou" beer!!!!!!!!! yum yum!!!!!!!! you won't be disappointed!

Parque Juan Carlos I - a forgotten park?

by El_Sueco

In the district Campo de las Naciones there is a nice park, relativeley spacy, with water and grass. Take a walk there and you will meet many madrileños who are seeking a bit rest in this green area.
Picture taken just outside at the entry.

Spanish fans and umbrellas/parasols

by fairy_dust about Casa de Diego

Founded in 1858, this is a store where they sell Spanish fans and parasols/umbrellas. You'll recognize the store because of all the fans in the window. The fans are gorgeous, even if some can be expensive. When you buy something, they also wrap it up nicely in their company wrapping paper. Fans, parasols, umbrellas.

Teatro Calderon

by jamiesno about Opera and classic

Situated in heart of Madrid, where Atocha street meets the Plaza de Jacinto Benavente - at beginning of what all the guide books proudly call the "Ruta de los literatos" (men of letters way), we find one of the most emblematic buildings of the cultural life of Madrid:

The Calderon Theatre of Madrid.

It is of the constructions most admired by all the walkers of Madrid, which front has presented to the biggest artists of our country, reaching to all the kinds, from the magazine to musical, for the ballet or the comedy. Source: http://www.teatro-operacalderon.com/

I didn't get in here but took a picture of the great architecture. If your into the opera you can check out their web site. It is in a great location in the heart of Madrid.

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Address: Calle Montera , 47, 7 Izquierda, Madrid, Spain